Where did it all go wrong for the NY Giants this season? The G-Men, fresh off a trip to the playoffs in 2022, enter Sunday's game against the Rams with a 5-10 record. They're already eliminated from postseason contention.
On both sides of the ball, players have been letting head man Brian Daboll down throughout the campaign. Perhaps no players more than the gentlemen we have featured in this list - time is surely running out for them.
5. Parris Campbell
Last offseason, general manager Joe Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll said their strategy for the offense was to add a lot of speed and separation, so they signed speedy wide receiver Parris Campbell to a one year, $4.7 million deal. After a promising season where he proved he had No. 2 receiver potential with the Colts, this year has been dismal for Campbell.
Through 12 games with the Giants, Campbell only has 20 receptions for 104 yards and no touchdowns. A big drop-off from the 629 yards and three touchdowns he scored a year ago in Indy. The Giants will have a lot of decisions to make this next offseason, and with the lack of production that Parris had this year, it's easy to think he won't be back in '24.